Techniques in interventional radiology: renal CT angiography

Shellie C Josephs
Techniques in Vascular and Interventional Radiology 2006, 9 (4): 167-71
Multidetector row CT angiography has become an important tool in the evaluation of patients with suspected renovascular hypertension. The following article presents a review of the published data on accuracy of this method of evaluation as well as a comparison to other diagnostic strategies, in particular, renal MR angiography.

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